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Brain Injuries Can Be Difficult To Diagnose

Many accidents leave obvious signs of head injuries. A victim may be bleeding, in pain, and requiring stitches or other surgical intervention to repair the physical wound. However, a traumatic brain injury can occur and not leave any physical signs that an injury has occurred. Obvious and not-so-obvious head injuries are both dangerous, and the causes of these injuries are often very subtle.

If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury in a workplace accident, you have an ally in your fight for compensation. At the law firm of Morizio Law Firm, P.C., in Bridgeport/Stratford, Connecticut, our attorneys are focused on handling only workers' compensation and work injury cases. This focus allows us to stay current on any changes in the law and be fluent in the language of the laws in order to explain the nuances to our clients. We work hard to maintain the favorable reputation and are among the fewer than 50 board-certified workers' compensation specialists in the entire state of Connecticut.

Do not hesitate to contact our firm if you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury. We can help you move forward with pursuing the workers' compensation benefits you deserve so you can focus on healing and recovery.

Many accidents or incidents can be the cause of a traumatic brain injury such as:

Direct blow to the head: A car accident or falling object can result in a direct impact hit. This can result in open wounds, concussions, and other brain injury symptoms that may not be immediately apparent.

Sudden acceleration/deceleration: This occurs in many accident situations. Often, the head stops moving while the brain continues to move. This can result in brain bruising and contrecoup injuries (where the brain is injured on the opposite side from where the force was applied).

Hypoxia: Hypoxia is the medical term for the lack of oxygen in the blood. By failing to have the adequate amount of oxygen in the blood, the brain is deprived and begins to shut down.

Regardless of the causes of the brain injury of the victim, if it happened on-the-job, workers' compensation benefits may be warranted.

Contact Our Connecticut Brain Injury Attorneys

Brain injuries can change the entire course of your life. Get the workers' compensation benefits you deserve. Contact us for a no-cost, no-obligation consultation. Call our firm toll free at 866-225-9496.